Four homes under €500,000 in South Dublin

Booterstown mid-terrace

34 Rosemount Court in Booterstown is a smart two-bedroom mid-terrace house in a small private development off Booterstown Avenue. Inside, a small porch leads into an open-plan living/dining area with stairs leading up to the first floor. The room is floored in wood and, unusually for such a modern house, has a nice marble fireplace with an open fire. There is also a large under-stairs’ storage space ideal for bulky items. The tiled kitchen is located just off the living area to the rear and overlooks the sunny, low-maintenance rear garden. The kitchen features fitted cabinets and integrated appliances. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, and a family bathroom. The Dart is a short walk away. 

Agent: DNG (01) 283 2900

Dun Laoghaire three-bed

There is plenty of room to extend out to the side at 68 Oliver Plunkett Road, a three-bed semi-detached house in Dun Laoghaire. The double-fronted house is an ex-council house and has lots of character. The front garden is planted in cottage style and is south-facing, and offers off-street parking. A walk-in porch leads onto the hall and the main bathroom, reception room with painted wood floors, and large breakfast room with sliding floor-to-ceiling doors and a double opening into the kitchen. There is a WC off the back hall, and access to the rear and side gardens. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms, one of which runs from front to back of the property. There is a garden shed in the rear garden wired with electrics. No 68 is well-served by bus routes. Salthill is a short walk away.

Agent: Quillsen (01) 280 1719

Dundrum penthouse

112 Southmede in Dundrum, Dublin 16, is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom penthouse apartment with 90sqm of living space and a 25m south-east-facing balcony with views of the Dublin Mountains. This apartment is likely to appeal to down-sizers, first-time buyers and investors. The entrance hall is fitted with a shelved hot press and the open-plan kitchen/living/dining space has magnificent views and plenty of handy storage. The main bedroom has fitted wardrobes and an en suite bathroom, and there is a second bedroom and a family bathroom. The apartment comes with one designated parking space, and is a 10-minute walk to the Luas stop at Balally. The location is handy for Dundrum Town Centre, schools, airfield and Marlay Park.

Agent: Sherry FitzGerald (01) 296 1822

1920s in Booterstown

81 Booterstown Avenue is a charming two-bedroom house dating from the 1920s. On the ground floor there’s a living room with open fire and wood surround, under stairs’ storage and access to a sunny and private courtyard, ideally suited to eating outdoors. The kitchen/dining room has fitted floor and wall units. Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms, a new shower room and access to the attic. The rear garden is laid in decking and there is a side passage to the rear. Parking is on-street to the front. Booterstown Avenue is handy for the coast, parks, schools, shops and public transport, with the Dart a short walk away and a good bus service into the city centre along the Rock Road.

Agent: Sherry FitzGerald (01) 288 0088

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